"A Carnival Evening" (1886), oil on canvas, 106.9 x 89.3 cm, of the painter Henri Rousseau, contemporary of Döbber (Museum of Art, Philadelphia)

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Johannes Döbber


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The composer Johannes Döbber, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Berlino on the 28th March 1866, the same year of the composers Abbiate, Baussnern, Berutti, Busoni, Cilea, Clutsam, Cole, Daneau, Doret, Drysdale, Duncan, Fedeli, Felix, Hollaender, Kalinnikov, Kaskel, Korn, Lincke, Lucas, Rebikov, Röhr, Satie, Scharrer, Strauss. Died in Berlino on the 26th Jenuary 1921

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"Die Strassensängerin" has been represented in 1890 in Gotha

"Der Schmied von Gretna-Green" was performed in 1893 in Berlino

"Dolcetta" has been represented in 1894 in Brandenburg

"Die Rose von Genzano" has been represented in 1895 in Gotha

"Die Grille" has been represented in 1897 in Lipsia

"Die drei Rosen" was performed in 1902 in Coburg

"Der Zauberlehrling" was performed in 1907 in Braunschweig

"Die Franzosenzeit" was performed in 1913 in Berlino

"Die Millionenbraut" has been represented in 1913 in Magdeburg

"Des Kaisers Rock" was performed in Berlino in 1915

"Fahrendes Musikanten" has been represented in 1917 in Magdeburg

Johannes Döbber


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